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know more straight ahead. the time 7:31. >> thank you. new in just a few hours the new boeing dream liner jet will take off from san jose's airport for the first time and just moments ago the faa wrapped up a news conference tied to the growing concerns about the safety of that type of jet. we are live from the airport in san jose. good morning. >> reporter: good morning. all over san jose international airport there are signs advertising the airline, ana, it's flight to tokyo. it takes off at 11:45 a.m. in the last hour we were able to learn about the investigation in to the air craft that will be flying that route. the faa and the department of transportation announced at a news conference that they will be conducting a major review of boeing's 787 dream liner's electrical system. this week a flight on ana had to be canceled because of brake problems with the plane. that followed a fuel leak that happened on a 787 that had to cancel takeoff in boston and prior to that on monday a dream liner operated by japan airlines experienced a fire in its battery. the head of the department o
a nightmare of a week for the dreamliner. the faa is investigating two recent problems with the boeing 787. that's afternoon a -- after a fuel leak from boston yesterday and in a separate incident on monday, a batpry for one of the plane -- battery for one of the planes caught fire. the investigation begins days before the first dreamliner flight from the bay area. they are scheduled to have the plane here leave san jose and fly to tokyo. >>> the big announcement involving barry bonds expect in the three hours from now. we're about to find out if baseball's all-time home run king has been voted into the hall of fame. ktvu's tara moriarty joining us live from san francisco. you've been on this since 4:this morning. tell us more -- 4:30 this morning. tell us more about the controversy and the vote. >> reporter: the vote seems split. some experts say bonds should be in. others are saying he has three strikes against him, sportsmanship, integrity and character, those are all things players are judged on. today, baseball writers will have to weigh in on the fate of three very prominent players.
. >>> a company in boeing at bogota, colombia now released a new line of clothing. the products include backpacks, t-shirts and puffy vests and there's a vests that students put on during the first sign of trouble. >>> lucas anderson and two others all peered in court yesterday. they are accused of killing a man during a home invasion robbery in late november. a fourth person faces charges of accessory to murder. they expect more arrests. >>> the two teen as accused of killing a castro valley woman and then setting her home on fire have pleaded not guilty. the police say that they strangled her during a robbery in of course. the two teens are accused of setting fire to her home to cover up the crime. they're due back in court in april. >>> it's a story that we told you about mornings on 2 yesterday and we're learning more about a fire at a san jose club. you see the man breaks a window right before the fire broke out. the firefighters discovered a broken window and the smell of gas and it lass started at 4:20 that is number often associated with it. >>> 7:20. the band has just begun to play but i
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